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|Statement||by J. Charles Cox ... with 164 illustrations|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 208 pages :|
|Number of Pages||208|
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Bench-ends in English churches Paperback – by John Charles Cox (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Cited by: 3. bench-ends in english churches " New Oxford Dictionary " doubt on this derivation, but suggests nothing better, and is singularly barren in its quotations.
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Church Misericords and Bench Ends (Shire Library) Although misericords were originally installed on the hidden undersides of church folding seats to provide comfort to those standing for long periods of prayer, the have gradually become more ornately carved and decorated/5(13).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cox, J. Charles (John Charles), Bench-ends in English churches. London ; New York: H. Milford, Oxford. Read "Church Misericords and Bench Ends" by Mr Richard Hayman available from Rakuten Kobo. With the increasing disappearance of stained glass in medieval churches, the surviving wood carvings on church misericor Brand: Bloomsbury Publishing.
Buy Bench-ends in English churches by Cox, John Charles (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : John Charles Cox. Get this from a library. Minor English wood sculpture, An essay on carved figures and animals on bench-ends in English parish churches.
[Arthur Gardner]. Author: Richard Hayman; Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing ISBN: Category: Antiques & Collectibles Page: 64 View: DOWNLOAD NOW» With the increasing disappearance of stained glass in medieval churches, the surviving wood carvings on church misericords and bench ends are extremely important in providing an insight into the medieval mind.
J. Charles Cox, in his Bench Ends in English Churches (London, ) suggested that at least 46 Somerset churches contained historic bench ends.
Comparison of his list with the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest (in which we find ‘listed buildings’) shows that he vastly underestimated the total.
This book has been cited by the following publications. a wonderful guidebook to the various and often unfamiliar aspects of the interior design and decor of English churches during the Reformation that will be of use to scholars and students alike.' Cox, J.C., Bench-ends in English Churches, Oxford.
Cox, J.C., and Ford, C.B., The Author: Robert Whiting. WOOD CARVINGS IN ENGLISH CHURCHES I.—STALLS AND TABERNACLE WORK II.—BISHOPS' THRONES AND CHANCEL CHAIRS. This edition features • illustrations • a linked Table of Contents, Footnotes, and Index. CONTENTS PART I I.
Design, Construction, and Cost of Stalls II. Position, Number, and Arrangement of Stalls III. Canopied Stalls IV. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. A Little History Of The English Country Church - by Roy Strong.
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The subject dealt with in this volume, so far as the writer knows, is virgin soil; no book has appeared, here or abroad, on the subject of stallwork. Abroad, the great mass of stallwork has perished; sometimes at the hands of pious vandals, often through neglect, more often still through indifference to or active dislike of mediæval art.
Bench Ends in English Churches by J. Charles Cox. London: Oxford University Press, first edition. hardcover. Bench Ends in English Churches by J.
Charles Cox. London: Oxford University Press, First edition. Bound in blue boards with dark blue lettering, in dust jacket. pp with 19pp o From Zalmoxis Books. St George, Stowlangtoft, Suffolk Given that our parish churches almost without exception underwent restorations in the 19th Century, it should be obvious that when we enter a medieval church, we are encountering a Victorian vision of the medieval.
Even when the actual furnishings and fittings are medieval, the whole piece is still a Victorian conception. Inevitably, the question arises of what Views: 2K. St George, Stowlangtoft, Suffolk Given that our parish churches almost without exception underwent restorations in the 19th Century, it should be obvious that when we enter a medieval church, we are encountering a Victorian vision of the medieval.
Even when the actual furnishings and fittings Views: K.Brent Knoll is just that: a conspicuous hill about ft high next to the busy A38 road near Burnham-on-Sea and it has a village of the same name. Mounds were thought to be potential haunts of the Devil, hence the dedication to St Michael - the archangel.
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